Tuesday, November 15, 2016, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Silent Day of Prayer All Saints-All Sinners: Path to Fullness of Life Fr. Mike Savelesky During the month of November the Catholic faithful reflect in a concentrated way on two fundamental elements of our spiritual journey. The month always begins with the celebration of All Saints Day, rejoicing in those who have "made it" to God's glory. The next day, November 2, we pray for the Faithful Departed -- and continue to do so in varied settings for the duration of the month. This Day of Prayer focuses on the major elements of conversion which engage us on the path to fullness of life with God which we share as disciples of Jesus Christ. The Day of Prayer begins with a Rosary, includes two conferences, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, a Mass and ends with Adoration. Cost: $38 per person, includes lunch, (or $48 which also includes use of a private room for the day.)
Father Michael Savelesky Father Michael Savelesky was ordained to the diaconate on March 30, 1972, and ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Spokane on Aug. 4, 1973. He completed his theology studies at the American College in Louvain, Belgium, where he received a PhD in religious studies, with emphasis on the study of morality. He served in several parishes of the diocese and has also held a number of administrative positions in the diocese, He directed the formation process for classes of permanent deacons for the diocese, and also has taught as an adjunct assistant professor at Gonzaga University.